CBS attacks Ron Paul for using a private jet in his presidential campaign, like every other major candidate. I thought it was a mistake not to use one last time, and I heartily recommended using one this time. I have nothing to say about campaign spending, but for me, this should be the top priority, and I'll bet every Ron Paul donor agrees with me.
Not only because a private jet (a cramped, little plane, btw, not like Trump's 737) helps Ron make the most effective use of his campaigning time; not only because he has two jobs, and important congressional responsibilities to carry out as monetary chairman in DC; but also out of decency and respect for this great and dignified gentleman.
Ron has titanium knees, and therefore gets the physical feel-up in airports. Perhaps because he is an opponent of the TSA, he gets special attention, including an agent yanking his crotch three times. To avoid the airport police state, which he works to abolish, is reason enough for the little private jet.